Course Description  

Calculus is a 36-week course with 10 units broken into two semesters (A & B) with 5 units during each semester. Each lesson takes 5-6 hours for advanced students at the 12th grade level and includes textbook readings, interactive exercises, threaded discussion, peer-to-peer learning, virtual class, and a quiz or assessment.

The text emphasizes multiple representations of concepts and an abundance of worked examples. Calculus is explored through the interpretation of graphs and tables as well as through the application of analytical methods. Online exercises include graphical and data based problems, as well as real-life applications in biology, business, chemistry, economics, engineering, finance, physics, the social sciences, and statistics. Stepped Explorations throughout the text provide guided investigations of key concepts and assist students in building problem-solving skills. A grapher is required and students utilize online graphing calculators at the Texas Instruments online website, as well as LOGAL computerized simulations for visualizing concepts.

Course Description  

Calculus is a 36-week course with 10 units broken into two semesters (A & B) with 5 units during each semester. Each lesson takes 5-6 hours for advanced students at the 12th grade level and includes textbook readings, interactive exercises, threaded discussion, peer-to-peer learning, virtual class, and a quiz or assessment.

The text emphasizes multiple representations of concepts and an abundance of worked examples. Calculus is explored through the interpretation of graphs and tables as well as through the application of analytical methods. Online exercises include graphical and data based problems, as well as real-life applications in biology, business, chemistry, economics, engineering, finance, physics, the social sciences, and statistics. Stepped Explorations throughout the text provide guided investigations of key concepts and assist students in building problem-solving skills. A grapher is required and students utilize online graphing calculators at the Texas Instruments online website, as well as LOGAL computerized simulations for visualizing concepts.

Course Description 

Trigonometry is an 18-week course (1/2 Carnegie Unit) with 4 units. Each unit takes 4 weeks and includes online resources, interactive activities and visualizations, and an assessment or quiz. Throughout the course students discuss different aspects of Trigonometry: functions; derivatives and curves, vectors, lines, and planes. Students make use of online resources and create stories and word problems to learn Trigonometry principles. Students are encouraged to participate in group research projects and activities throughout the course, so that they may collaborate with other students and instructors. 

Course Description

Pre-Algebra is a 36-week course with 9 units. Each unit takes about 3-4 weeks to complete and includes textbook exercises, online resources, interactive chat and activities, peer-to-peer learning, and a quiz or assessment.

During the course, students review the basic mathematical concepts such as integers and expressions, solving equations, decimals, equations, number theory, rational numbers and expressions, ratios, proportions and percentages, equations and inequalities, graphing, basic geometry principles, and the basics of algebra, statistics, and probability and polynomials. This course prepares them for the year-long Algebra 1 course and is considered an 8th or 9th grade course. Students make use of Internet-based activities that complement the material taught in each lesson.

Course Description

General Math is a 36-week course with 36 lessons broken into two semesters (A & B) with 18 lessons during each semester. Each lesson takes 5-6 hours to complete and includes textbook exercises, online resources, interactive chat and activities, and a quiz or assessment. 

This is a course in practical mathematics intended for high school students who have successfully completed elementary arithmetic at the middle school level. Students study all the basic concepts of math including numbers, decimals, percents, ratios, fractions, measurement, probability, geometry, and algebra. The course is skill oriented, interactive, informative and enjoyable. Students use a wide variety of online resources allowing them to progress at their own speed.

Course Description

Geometry is a 36-week course with 5 units. Each lesson takes 5-6 hours to complete and includes a quiz or assessment.

Geometry is intended for high school students who have successfully completed Algebra 1A and 1B. Geometry begins by reviewing common terms and basic building blocks of geometry. Students study all the different components of geometry, including: segments, rays, angles, chords, and transformations. The course is skill oriented, interactive, informative, and enjoyable. Students use a wide variety of online resources.

Course Description

Pre-Calculus is a 36-week course with 7 units. Each unit takes 3-4 weeks to complete and include textbook readings, online resources, interactive chat and activities, peer-to-peer learning, and a quiz or assessment.

This course is designed for students who wish to review mathematical concepts in preparation for taking Calculus. Throughout the course, students discuss different aspects of pre-calculus with an emphasis on graphing techniques and applications in the real world. Students review basic mathematical concepts, as well as algebra and geometry concepts that are valuable in the study of higher mathematics.